This week on the podcast Moose and Pete have a catch-up, Pete talks about how he once thought about being a carpenter (can you imagine?) and Moose talks about how we as Primordial Radio are growing up... I don't wanna! I don't wanna!
But growing is what we have to do, so there's chat about the importance of data, an update on the development of the app, membership numbers and ideas about how we can get more people to try the free trial.
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This week finds Moose in a thoughtful mood, with more questions than answers. Unsurprisingly, Dewsbury is no use at all, but together they find a way forward.
There's the usual catch-up, as well as a discussion on recent tech issues and a run-down of what is going to be hitting the Primordial merch store in the near future.
There is also the Worst. Marketing. Idea. Ever.
There's also two crazy ideas that will save for another time. COMING SOON to an additional podcast!
Moose and Dews have a lot of laughs this week discussing Limahl, the Engineer Mark inaction figure, and one of the worst things you could say on a date.
There's a whole bunch of other stuff to talk about as well, from the AGM announcement, the birthday beers, cancelled trains, and Dewsbury's continued failure to give use Instagram properly.
The guys also look forward to A Very Primordial Halloween, and bring news of the next Primordial Pub Quiz.
In this episode Moose and Dews start off by discussing Moose's theory of life (which involves waaaaay more fecal matter than you'd imagine) before getting on to discussing why salmon with beards would likely be an evolutionary dead end. Riveting stuff. They also completely forget to hook and tease the ACTUAL tease (which possibly concerns the 2019 AGM) which is at the end of the podcast.
Eventually they get on to business matters, with possibly the most crucial membership update in Primordial Radio's history. Following on from EP90, they examine the initial results, and talk about why the next few weeks are so important.
They also look forward to this upcoming weekend's Birthday Beers in Brum and discuss the upcoming merch drop, before getting really, excessively, bigly cryptic about an upcoming announcement.